Saturday 16 November 2019 at 12:15 - 13:45


Kendal Town Hall

World Premiere - Trek presents Going In

In professional mountain biking, every moment matters. Get up close and personal with Trek MTB athletes as they experience the highs and lows of training, racing and living for the sport they love. We're delighted to host the World Premiere of this feature length film Going In!

We'll be joined on stage by Robbie Meade, at 28, Robbie Meade is one of the most accomplished film makers in the Mountain Bike Industry. His early career was spent learning his craft through his passion for BMX before shadowing some of the most iconic cinematographers in the outdoor film world. Having created his own production studio in North Wales, it is more than likely you have seen his work through their millions of online views in projects such as Danny Macaskill’s ‘Cascadia’, The Atherton Diaries and many more. Having documented the sport of Mountain Biking with unprecedented access to Elite teams and athletes, his latest work see’s him bring his creative skill set and hands on approach to the big screen.

If you have purchased a ticket to our Trek Bike Night you will receive 20% off this event. This discount will automatically be applied at checkout. You must use the same account to receive this discount.

Watch the 'Going In' trailer below and join us for this exclusive world premiere.

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